Current Official Hourly Observation (taken at :53 on the hour)
Current Radar Loop
Temp & Rain Probabilities Next 36 Hours (auto-updating)
Tonight – Scattered Thunderstorms – 10 PM Temp 75
Low pressure spinning over the ArkLaTex is amplifying everything, and will be responsible for our rainy weather chances till the weekend. It’s not moving very fast as it’s tapping tons of Gulf of Mexico moisture.
Everyone is going to see rain — some very heavy — in Davidson and Williamson County.
Some fog after 1 AM is possible.
Thursday – Scattered Thunderstorms – Wake Up 68, High 88
There could be a few patches of fog in the early morning, it should will mix out quickly after sunrise.
Scattered showers/thunderstorms that develop won’t just be limited to the afternoon thanks to that low we talked about above. Afternoon storms should be a little more potent than any morning showers that develop.
Friday – Scattered Showers & Thunderstorms– Wake Up 66, High 89
Things stay mostly unchanged from Thursday. Probably a bit more sunshine and a little less coverage area in our scattered showers/thunderstorms.
Rain and storms will be like darts on a map.
Either you get hit or you, well, don’t…
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